Private Label and why this can be great for you?

Many businesses, especially ones that had/have brick-and-mortar stores, are losing or have lost their income and had to let go of many employees here in the United States of America during this extremely disturbing and challenging time of COVID-19.

However, this is the time to pivot and reinvent yourself!

Dr. Liia and I, the CEO and creator of the skincare, want to see and create more entrepreneurs! People that used to have jobs and lost them because of these very unusual circumstances can fully reinvent themselves and start their own online business!

In the last few months, I had quite a bit of people approaching us asking to white-label (private label) hand sanitizers (which we did quite a bit), skin-brightening cream and other skincare and cosmetics that we have. Requests were ranging from 10 pieces to 1000nds. So we decided to help everyone who wants to try out and start their online skincare business TODAY!

Private label products are those manufactured by one company for sale under another company’s brand. Private-label goods are available in a wide range of industries from food to cosmetics. Private label brands managed solely by a retailer for sale in a specific chain of stores are called store brands.

We can help you with providing skincare and cosmetics, private-labelling and the tips and tricks on how to start your business (providing you with the free advise and guide) because we want and will help everyone who would like to become entrepreneur, work hard and take their destiny in their own hands!

How do we do it?

Dr. Liia is an Award-Winning SkinCare brand that differentiates themselves from others by being scientifically designed and more importantly being completely free of the the known allergens such as Gluten, Diary, Soy, Nuts, Parabens, Phtalates and also being Cruelty-Free. Everything is designed, manufactured, produced and labeled here in Illinois, USA.

As seen in the news and blogs, it is very interesting that even during this pandemic, the sells of skincare and cosmetics have increased drastically.

Our appearance may not be our biggest concern right now, but for some consumers, the sudden abundance of free time coupled with niggling anxiety presents the perfect time to practice self-care.

On average, sales for beauty skincare brands have increased by 37% year-on-year. Referrals have increased by 64%.

This is likely heightened by the abundance of make-up and skincare tutorials available on social media platforms like Instagram and TikTok, many of which call out specific brands and products. If you don’t nail that traditional ten-step Japanese skincare routine while in isolation, you probably never will.

Start now and reinvent yourself!
Dr. Liia is here to help!

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